CodeWV is pioneering new paths for West Virginia educators to teach coding and computer science in the classroom for all grade levels!
teach computer science
You can teach computer science in your classroom, no matter your experience level or background. CodeWV's professional learning opportunities make it easy and accessible.
Elementary school curriculum that allows even the youngest students to explore the limitless world of computing.
Introductory computer science courses that cover programming, physical computing, HTML/CSS, and data.
Introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and explores technology's impact on the world.
Improving the numbers.
Few K-12 schools offer computer science courses because of the lack of qualified teachers. CodeWV is here to fix that.Our Purpose
We did the Math
Open Computing Jobs in West Virginia
The Average of any other Field in the State
Average Salary across West Virginia
Average Salary for Computing Jobs
(Based on data collected in 2020 from Code.org's Advocacy Coalition.)
As part of the 10th Hour of Code, Code.org is awarding $10,000 to one high school and one middle school
This encompasses all fifty states + D.C. to assist districts with establishing a computer science pathway. In addition to the $10,000 award, the teacher in each winning school will receive a no-cost scholarship to attend Code.org’s Professional Learning Program. (This is available for ALL WV educators through CodeWV!)
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Coding in Partnerships
CodeWV, a partnership of WVU, Code.org, Apple and West Virginia Department of Education, brings Professional Learning Programs to West Virginia. This program is housed within the WVU Center for Excellence in STEM Education.